DEV Community

Discussion on: `at` coming soon to ECMAScript

laurieontech profile image
Laurie Author

Because they're not wrong. Let is just as valid as const from the perspective of the code. Without larger context it's just a preference. And you understood the example they were kind enough to provide just fine. Your response was to make yourself feel smart.

Thread Thread
edo78 profile image
Federico "Edo" Granata

Maybe I'm missing somethig as english isn't my first language but using const is wrong.
Javascript prevent you from reassigning a value to a const throwing an error TypeError: Assignment to constant variable.

I was the first one asking a question because I know that I don't know everything and I want to learn so I think others can appreciate if I reciprocate